PhotoEx Juried Photo Exhibit “In the Moment”
- Deadline: 26 August 2022
- Website: https://mediaartscouncil.org/photoex-2022-call-for-entries/
Photography stops time and captures unique moments of light on subject matter. Whether intentional or through a fleeting serendipitous shutter click, use your own unique interpretation of this theme in your photographic submissions. The juror will consider good composition and photographic technique, as well as interesting, unusual subject matter, and interpretation of the theme. All works will be considered equally regardless of format or availability for hanging.
Juror: Amie Potsic
Amie Potsic is the CEO and Principal of Amie Potsic Art Advisory LLC, Host of the Art Watch Radio Show & Podcast, as well as an established photographer and installation artist. Ms. Potsic provides exceptional advisory services for collectors, artists, institutions, and businesses. She has extensive experience curating exhibitions for galleries, universities, and museums. An Associate Member of the Appraisers Association of America, she is a trained fine art appraiser with expertise in vintage and contemporary photography.
All accepted works will be included in the Online PhotoEx 2022 Exhibit, which will be available online for the foreseeable future. All accepted works that are also available for framing and exhibit in the MAC Art Center will be exhibited from Friday, October 7th through Sunday, October 30th. We hope to display as many online-only submissions in our physical gallery using a large rotating monitor display.
Our in-person Opening will take place in the MAC Arts Center, 11 East State Street, Media PA on Friday October 7, 2022. We hope to include an online livestream of the event or a concurrent Zoom call for those who cannot attend in person.
The 16th Annual Media Arts Council Juried Photography Exhibition (PhotoEx) is open to amateur and professional photographers nationwide.
Copyrights & Usage Rights:
Any works not retrieved by the published last retrieval time will be subject to a $10 per piece storage fee. If not retrieved within 30 days, the works will become part of the MAC permanent collection.